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Lilly Plott Hound & Pit Bull Terrier Mix Blaine, WA

  • Adult
  • Female
  • Large
  • Brindle


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Friendly, Affectionate, Gentle, Playful, Funny, Loves Kisses, Couch Potato
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, children.
Adoption fee

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Meet Lilly

******Please note, once completing the initial screen you will be connected with the placement for a video chat. Transports run every few weeks and we will have the dog on the next available transport once approved. If you are not able to accept a dog until a specific time period, please apply at that time************

We are a volunteer run rescue and donate our time to these dogs. IF you are not serious about moving forward in our adoption process, please do not apply. If someone other than yourself is part of the decision making process, please make sure you have spoken with them and they are on board. We really do not want to waste anyone's time if you are not serious about adopting this dog.

Lilly, 6.5 years old, spayed female, plot hound/pitbull Terrier mix, 65 pounds. She is located in HOUSTON, TEXAS and can transport out of State to an approved adopter. You will be connected to her foster home for a video chat once screened.

Lilly is the goofiest, silliest, sweetest and most deserving girl there is in all the land. Every thing is a new experience for her and even if it isn’t, she makes you feel like it is because she’s just that grateful to be with you. She is magnetic and is hard to forget, and is just so happy.

She rides like a champ in the car, laying back and snoozing until arriving at her destination. She’s potty trained and only had a few accidents in the house, mostly a result of nerves from being in a new place and having too much fun playing outside with her doggy foster siblings. Once she got a hang of our routine and figured out the doggy door, she never had another accident.

She is not food or toy aggressive and can happily roam free in the house, keeping out of anything she shouldn’t get into. She is crate trained but knows well how to bust out of them! She likes grazing on her food throughout the day and will occasionally shred a plushy toy, but who’s never done that before??

She loves simple things: a spoon of peanut butter, ice, frozen watermelon, hiding under the bed to sleep, a soft doggy bed, COUCH TIME, and oh does she love sleeping in the bed with you! She doesn’t love baths but she loves how she feels afterward, so she resigns herself to that necessary evil. She snores and snorts, grunts and groans, and bugs her eyes out. She’s quite the character and we love having her in the house.

She is not afraid of men or children, other dogs, loud (she sleeps through the vacuum) or strange noises. She rarely barks. She’s a good low/moderate level energy - she likes to play and can definitely have spurts of energy but once given the chance to work the zoomies out, she is most content to sleep away the day.

She got along well with the four dogs - all large males. Initially we noticed some barrier reactivity while she was in her crate but this was resolved by moving her to a private room and then slowly introducing her to the dogs in the house. She did great! She doesn’t like dogs getting up in her face and will grumble or growl but she never initiated a squabble. She will engage in play or she will just follow her friends around and things out. We think she do great with another dog or would be great by herself. She really loves the company of her people.

We would not recommend her for any house with very young children or people unsteady on their feet - she’s still learning some basic manners and will often run at you before using your chest as a springboard to twirl in the air - basically, she’s Simone Biles! We have no history with cats.

Lilly deserves all the good things because she herself is a good thing...she has a lot to make up for and she is eager to get going! If you haven't already fallen in love with her, wait until you see her's legendary. :)

***Listed BREED and AGE - We are taking our best guess & recommendations from our veterinarian on age, breed and size when fully grown. We rarely know a dog's exact age nor are we able to tell the true or full breed mix of dogs as our information is limited most of the time. ***

Interested in applying to adopt her? Fill out an adoption application at the link below!

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